JEFF and Tim McLean have been impressed with Troubador since the joined their stable recently.
The five year-old gelding has had two races and holds an unblemished record for its Terang-based trainer and driver following its win in the Dick and Anne Box Pace.
It scored a comfortable 7.20 metre victory, defeating Creative Lad and Crossroader in the 1680-metre event.
Tim McLean, who was onboard for Troubador’s win, said the stable had been impressed with its new addition’s first two runs.
“He’s a nice horse,” he said.
“He’s easy to work and beautiful to drive, we’re pretty impressed with him.”
McLean said the victory was a good performance and felt the pacer will benefit from the event.
“With the way Coronavirus is going he missed a run there at Geelong when they cancelled the meeting so we gave him a couple of days off because we weren’t sure what was going to happen, so he needed the run,” he said.
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